There was drama at a function in Kiambu County after irate bodaboda youths forced a Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) to cut his speech as he was addressing them. The meeting which was a stakeholders event between government, private sector and numerous bodaboda Saccos over sensitization of road safety issues.
According to a Video on Facebook posted by popular blogger Ciku Gatiba Lyne, the youthful CAS Zack Kinuthia was booed and heckled by the rowdy motorbike operators after he stated drumming up support for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) referendum push. The video showed the CAS trying to outdo each other during his speech at the Kiambu Technical Training Institute.
The youthful CAS was recently appointed by President Uhuru Kenyatta as the Chief Executive Secretary at the Ministry of Education for his vocal support to BBI. The BBI has been facing a hard time in Kiambu County as it is believed to be facing objections by residents in the area.
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